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No niin, se jokaisen Perun kävijän pakollinen visiitti Machu Picchun "kadonneeseen kaupunkiin" on suoritettu, eikä ihan täysin ilman vastoinkäymisiä ja ärsyttävyyksiä, mutta pääosin hyvissä fiiliksissä silti.
Ikään kuin esilämmittelynä "vanhalle huipulle" aloitin reissuni Ollantaytambon kaupungista, joka on myöskin tunnettu inka- …
... Long it was sooo hot. The sun Definitly is stronger since we are higher up as were much closer to the sun. Finally reaching Ollyantayambo the valley was beautiful, after a quick dinner we had a early night as tmrw morning at 7:30am we begin our 3 day Inca Trail hike to Macchu Pichu :D You shall hear from me once we get back, until then send me good vibes that I don't break a leg! Adios ...
... sky quickly clouded. The rain that came was merely an aperitif to the hail; which promptly followed. Just so you know we’re not always having fun. We tried not to let it dampen our spirits any more than our socks, and were soon down in the town enjoying empanadas (deep-fried pastries or bread filled with cheese or ham or both or something) by the heat of a large stone-bake oven. Inca Pisac was one of the best examples of an ancient city we came across, and the Sacred Valley ...
Disclaimer: this entry will be by far the longest in the blog. Rach and Andy recommend several comfort breaks for the health and safety of our beloved readers.
The start of our Inca Trail adventure took us to the town of Ollantaytambo, the gateway to the Sacred Valley of the Incas (the Urubamba river valley). After a spectacular drive through the mountains, we arrived and dropped off our stuff before setting out for a ´practice´ hike to ready ourselves for ...
... island of Amantani where some of us from the truck had arranged a home-stay for the night. The island itself had set up an incredible community and were very well organized despite living a very simple and hard existence. We stayed with Sabina and her family in her home, it was lovely though I have never in my life eaten so many potatoes in 24 hours. In the evening we climbed to the temple of Pachamama; not quite ...
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